Tennis

Free-to-air commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired rights in Germany to tennis’ ATP Cup, a tournament that was aired last year by pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland.

Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has renewed its rights to a raft of ATP competitions, marking its third major rights renewal in the last month

Pay-television broadcaster Sky New Zealand has agreed a multi-year rights deal for the Wimbledon grand slam tennis championships

Worldwide broadcast deals for Ultimate Tennis Showdown, the event launched by tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou during the Covid-19 shutdown, will continue to be negotiated by In&OutStories, the Paris-based…

The Women’s Tennis Association has agreed a new six-year deal with pay-television broadcaster Platforma Canal Plus in Poland, from 2021, amid interest in Polish player Iga Świątek.

GVC Holdings, the sports betting group that houses bookmakers including Bwin, Coral, Ladbrokes, and Sportingbet, has become the first client to be announced as taking the expanded Women’s Tennis Association d…

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has finalised a six-year agreement for the Women’s Tennis Association’s data rights, adding to its existing betting streaming rights to the women’s tour. I

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Nine and its new subscription streaming service Stan Sport have secured three-year deals to broadcast the Wimbledon and French Open Grand Slam tennis tournaments from…

Former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell has been fined A$90,000 (€54,721/$63,903), but cleared to continue acting as a company director, in a Federal Court ruling on his role in a contentious b…

Kosmos Tennis, the investment group that backs the Davis Cup, has hired Enric Rojas, a senior media rights executive at the IMG agency, as its new chief executive
USA

Tennis Channel will become the principal home of men's tennis in the United States after signing a wide-ranging television and digital rights agreement with ATP Media, the broadcast arm of the Association…

Sunday afternoon’s French Open final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic attracted strong audience figures on French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions.

The Stockholm-based Spring Media agency will continue to sell the international broadcast rights to tennis’ Tie Break Tens in 2021 after being reappointed to the role.

SporTV, the pay-television broadcaster owned by Brazilian media group Globo, has acquired rights to tennis’ French Open, one of the sport’s four grand slam events, until 2023.

SuperSport, the sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster, has acquired rights to events organised by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).

Saran Media, the Istanbul-based media-rights agency, has retained broadcast rights in Turkey and Azerbaijan to tennis’ ATP Tour. The new three-year agreement runs from 2021 to 2023.

The French Tennis Federation (FFT) has issued an invitation to tender for the provision of broadcast transmission and streaming services at its flagship French Open between 2021 and 2023